This program is 30 minutes long
(Yokohama, Japan: Maggie Rulli) The coronavirus on the cruise ship in Japan, a possible case on a plane, the testing for COVID-19 in five major cities & the toll on the frontier medical lines in China featured; statistics cited; scenes shown of the cruise ship in Japan . [Passenger Andy WEST - comments on the virus on the plane.] [HHS Secretary Alex AZAR@- says the tests will be a warning system.] [Ship passenger John HAERING - says he has the virus.] The CDC testing in the US discussed.
(New York: Stephanie Ramons) The verdict in the extortion trial of Michael Avenatti examined; details given of his crime against Nike, his work with client Stormy Daniels. [Attorney Howard SREBNICK@; March 2019, AVENATTI - comment on his case.] The possible;e prison sentence for extortion discussed.
(Cayce, South Carolina: Marcus Moore) The discovery in Cayce, South Carolina, of the body of the missing girl, Faye Swetlik%, after she left her school bus reported; scenes shown of the neighborhood search; 911 call played; details given of the death of neighbor Coty Taylor@ at the time. [Cayce public safety Sgt. Evan ANTLEY@- cites the evidence found & the deaths are linked.] Taylor's background discussed.
(White House: Terry Moran) The new look from the Justice Department in the case of former national security adviser Michael Flynn, an early adviser of President Trump, as ordered by Attorney General William Barr examined. [Dec. 2017, TRUMP - talks about Flynn.] [Last night, on ABC, BARR - suggests Trump stop tweeting about criminal cases & the Justice Department.] Trump's tweets about former FBI deputy dir. Andrew McCabe being a plotter noted. [On CNN, McCABE - says it took two years to draw an obvious conclusion.] What Judge Reggie Walton said about the McCabe investigation quoted. The issue of improper influence by Barr in the Flynn case discussed.
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The "reduction in violence" deal in Afghanistan between the US & Taliban that could lead to US troop withdrawal reported.
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The case in Florida in which Nadia, a six-year-old special needs girl was committed to a mental facility examined; scenes shown of the girl taken from her school in Jacksonville; details given about the state's Baker Act. [Mother Martina FALK@- talks about her disabled daughter.]
(New York: Rob Marciano) The cold weather moving into the East after a mild winter with a warmup on Sunday reviewed; weather & temperature maps shown.